Here, we’ve selected images from renowned photographer Wayne Levin, who took the following photographs in Kalaupapa, Molokai. All were taken between 1984 and 1987.
Meet the noodle makers rolling out the Island’s nicest noodles by hand... and foot!
Good journalism isn’t dead. While there are fewer reporters, and Honolulu has become a one-newspaper town, local online-only news outfits pursue solid reporting and somewhat less solid revenues.
They come for the privacy, the views, the Pele energy and the rock-bottom real estate prices. Never mind that the volcano could torch their homes at any time.
After all these years, Hawaii’s favorite superhero is still kicking monster tail and inspiring local fans.
We sat down with former governor and current mayoral candidate Ben Cayetano to talk about rail, old guys and why your commute isn’t going to get any better, no matter who wins.
We tour local spots where the napkins might be paper, but the food always satisfies.
Injuries, drama, dedication, victory—associate editor Tiffany Hill laced up her skates to rumble in Honolulu’s fast-growing sport.
Won’t you be my neighbor?: Four must-try restaurants on the Neighbor Islands in Hawaii.
Buildings define the personality of a city, even in Honolulu, where the natural environment outshines our built one. Which buildings define Honolulu?
The Coquis Are Coming!: Shrieking, invasive, miniature frogs have overrun the Big Island. Now they want Oahu.
Nanakuli High and Intermediate School. Moanalua High School. Both of these public schools have big reputations, good and bad. We spent time on each campus to find out what they’re really like. It may surprise you.